The transactional attorney spends almost half his time working on wind power projects around the country. Once concentrated in California, wind turbines have been springing up in places as diverse as Texas, Iowa, Minnesota and upstate New York over the last three years.

The recent boom in wind energy has been driven by increasing consumer interest in green power, state and federal tax credits, and the stable cost of such energy, said Hennigh, managing partner of the transactional boutique Greene Radovsky Maloney & Share. “Wind is dirt cheap compared to what is paid for natural gas.”

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